PMQs: Miliband and Cameron on reshuffle and chancellors

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Ed Miliband claimed the prime minister was "out of touch" and should stop blaming the previous government before listing cabinet members he claimed should not be in office.

The Labour leader said it was a case of the "same old faces, same old policies, a no-change reshuffle".

But David Cameron said he did not want to move his chancellor, and he led a "strong and united government" which faced a "weak and divided opposition".

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